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Brynne: My Bedazzled Life

Brynne: My Bedazzled Life logoFor more than a year cameras have been given unprecedented access to the incredible life of socialite Brynne Edelsten for a brand new fly-on-the-wall series, Brynne: My Bedazzled Life. Brynne, a 29-year-old wide eyed girl from Phoenix, Arizona, and Geoffrey, 69, her multimillionaire husband with a colourful past, open their luxury penthouse apartment door to reveal their extraordinarily glamorous lifestyle.

Celebrity Survivor

Celebrity Survivor logoCelebrity Survivor was an Australian television series that screened on the Seven Network in 2006, based on the popular reality television show Survivor.

City Homicide

City Homicide logoNo greater honour will ever be bestowed upon an officer, than when they are entrusted with an investigation into the death of a human being. Seven's new series follows young Homicide Detectives Simon (Daniel MacPherson, Neighbours, Tripping Over), Duncan (Aaron Pedersen, Water Rats), Jennifer (Nadine Garner, Water Rats, Stingers) and Matt (Damien Richardson) as they try to deal with the reality of their jobs in their personal and professional lives. With the help of their Superintendent (Noni Hazlehurst, Better Homes and Gardens) and Senior Sergeant (Shane Bourne, Thank God You're Here, MDA) they go about trying to solve some of Melbourne's most brutal homicides. City Homicide: Their day begins when your day ends. This is City Homicide.

Conviction Kitchen

Conviction Kitchen logoWhat do you get when you take one of the country's top chefs, throw in 24 ex-cons with no culinary experience, and give them just three weeks to open a high-end restaurant from scratch? Marc Thuet, world-renowned executive chef, and his wife and business partner, Biana Zorich, put their reputations on the line with a high-stakes challenge that will push them—and their charges—to the limit.

Crash Zone

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Dancing with the Stars (Australia)

Dancing with the Stars (Australia) logoDancing with the Stars pairs celebrities with professional ballroom dancers who each week compete against each other in a dance-off to impress a panel of judges and ultimately the viewing public in order to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone and SMS voting, viewers vote for the duo they think should remain in the competition. Judges' scores are combined with the viewer votes when determining which duo is eliminated.

Dinner Date: Australia

Dinner Date: Australia logoThe ladies may normally swoon for Manu Feildel, but the sexy chef is hoping to make some romantic matches by playing cupid in his new show, Dinner Date. Each week Manu will introduce us to a single guy or girl looking for love. After perusing five dinner menus, they will choose the three most appealing menus and embark on three blind dates with the successful chefs cooking their ambitious menus and hosting the date in their own home.

Double Take

Double Take logoA fast-paced collection of irreverent sketch comedy, this program balances the satirical with the downright silly as it takes aim at your favourite TV shows, movies, celebrities and politicians. Features a fresh and versatile new cast of performers, including Amanda Bishop, Darren Weller, Helen Dallimore, Robin Goldsworthy, Hollie Andrew and Guy Edmonds, with special appearances by impersonator Paul McCarthy.

Fast Forward

Fast Forward logoFast Forward is an Australian commercial television sketch comedy show that ran for 90 episodes from 12 April 1989 to 26 November 1992. It starred several former members of the ABC series The D-Generation such as Magda Szubanski, Marg Downey, Michael Veitch as well as other Melbourne-based comedians such as The Eleventh Hour's Steve Vizard and Peter Moon, and Jane Turner and Gina Riley who are now famous for Kath & Kim. It also marked the first time that Kath & Kim stars Turner, Riley and Szubanski worked together on screen. All episodes were directed by Ted Emery. Fast Forward was formatted to simulate continuous channel surfing, and after the punchline, each sketch would abruptly switch to a momentary segment of static, followed by another sketch, simulating the effect of the viewer rep...

Full Frontal

Full Frontal logoFull Frontal was developed in 1993 and it was a spin off to the show Fast Forward which ended in 1992. The show aired on Channel 7 Australia then it was cancelled in 1997. In 1998, another show replaced it with some of the same actors and some new ones called "Totally Full Frontal" which lasted until 1999.
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